In the wake of last week’s midterm elections that gave GOP lawmakers control of both the House and Senate, a clear majority of Republican voters say they don’t want their party leaders working with President Obama – even if it means less gets done in Washington.
Former President George W. Bush says he and his father agree Jeb Bush would make a great president and hope he will run.
Louisiana governor urges Congressional majorities leaders to do more than simply reject President Obama’s policies.
Voters who cast ballots in Tuesday’s election had a strikingly similar demographic profile to those who voted in 2010 and weren’t all that different from those voting in 2006. But how they voted this year was very different from years past.
Republican Sen. John McCain said Thursday he is preparing for a strong primary challenge if he moves ahead with a re-election bid in 2016.
Republicans say they are ready to move legislation approving the Keystone pipeline, trim Obamacare and cut taxes.
The next Senate will be slightly younger than the current one.
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, dismissed claims that he would contest Sen. Mitch McConnell for the Republican Senate majority position, despite very differing views between the two GOP senators on the Affordable Care Act, immigration and threats of another government shutdown.
More than a third of those who voted for a Republican House candidate were dissatisfied or angry with GOP leaders in Congress; a quarter of Democratic voters upset with President Obama.
Big night for GOP in Arkansas as Republican Asa Hutchinson wins governor’s race.